What are you doing for National GetOutside Day?

What are you doing for National GetOutside Day?

This Sunday (27 September) is National GetOutside Day, and we’re encouraging everyone to get out and about to safely enjoy the outdoors.

There’s never been a more important time to get outside and be active. We all know how great being outdoors makes us feel, and the huge benefits it brings for our physical health and mental wellbeing.

During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, exploring outdoors is also a relatively safe way to spend time with loved ones while social distancing. You can check the latest advice in our regularly updated coronavirus Q&A.

So whether you go out alone or with your household bubble, here’s how you can get involved.

Pledge

Take the pledge to get outside this Sunday, and even better, take someone out with you.

Pledge to get outside


Child in a yellow coat beaming and waving arms in the rain. Text overlay says 'Will you go out with me?'

Explore

If you’re heading out on your bike, why not try a new route? You can find loads of route inspiration on our routes pages.

Find a route


Three people cycle along a woodland trail among autumn colours

Share

Don’t forget to share your photos on social media using the hashtag #GetOutsideDay and let everyone know why you love the outdoors!


A smiling woman kicks her legs out while riding a bike

If National GetOutside Day has got you pumped up to get on your bike, sign up to our Pumped Up campaign.

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